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WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging Course @ Senior Center

WISE & Healthy Aging will be working with the Culver City Senior Center to bring the nationally acclaimed, evidence-based Healthier Living program to Culver City. The program is especially helpful for older adults who are living with a chronic condition, such as arthritis, high blood pressure, diabetes, or other long term health concerns. The course begins on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 [...]

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

Volunteers Needed for Homeless Count – You Can Help

The Culver City Homelessness Committee is seeking volunteers for the 2017 Homeless Count, which will take place on Wednesday, January 25 beginning at 8 pm. Culver City’s Homeless Count is being conducted in coordination with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority which, beginning this year, will conduct the Count annually. Committee Chair Ira Diamond, says “The Count is performed [...]

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

History, Fashion, Backpacks – Culver Hotel This Sunday

Join the festivities for 100 Years of Fashion and Music on Sunday, January 22, 2:30-5:30 pm at The Culver Hotel. The Culver City Centennial Committee and CCUSD Council PTA will present “100 Years of Fashion…and Music” on Harry Culver’s actual birthday, Sunday, January 22. This fantastic event will feature authentic period pieces from 1917-2017, a history of fashion through the ages, [...]

AVPA Jazz at The Vets

AVPA Jazz at The Vets

AVPA Jazz Night this weekend!  The AVPA Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo will present an evening of Jazz this weekend at the Veterans Memorial Building. Culver City's most popular ensemble will be hitting all the right notes this coming weekend. Featuring standards by Duke Ellington and George Gershwin, to contemporary works by Herbie Hancock and more. Saturday, January 21 at 7pm, and Sunday, [...]

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

CCMS Improv – Shows This Weekend, Click Here for Tix

Bring the whole family for fun-filled, improvised performances by Culver City Middle School’s Improv Program. In its eighth successful year, the CCMS Improv Program is offering will hold five unique performances on the weekend of January 28 and 29. Saturday shows will be held at noon, 3:30 p.m. and 7 p.m., while Sunday performances will be held at 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. All performances will be [...]

Actors’ Gang to Read ‘Three Tall Women’

Actors’ Gang to Read ‘Three Tall Women’

This Wednesday, January 18, The Actors' Gang's Pulitzer Prize Play Reading Series presents a staged reading of Edward Albee's Three Tall Women. The play explores the nature of memory, age, and mortality through three different generational perspectives. The protagonist, a compelling woman more than 90 years old, reflects on her life with a mixture of shame, pleasure, regret, and satisfaction. [...]

Black Talkies to Kick Off 2017 with ‘Serena’

Black Talkies to Kick Off 2017 with ‘Serena’

Black Talkies On Parade starts off 2017 with a very special screening of the 2016 documentary Serena. Directed by Ryan White, the film follows Serena Williams during her 2015/2016 tennis season as she chases the coveted tennis Grand Slam, which consists of winning the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. The film also shows scenes from Serena's life off the court including [...]

Fly Away with Peter Pan – DeeLightful Tonight @ Vets

Fly Away with Peter Pan – DeeLightful Tonight @ Vets

Ready for some fun? Culver City’s own DeeLightful Productions will be presenting Disney’s Peter Pan for three more performances January 13th through the 14th at Vets Auditorium. Singing, dancing, and maybe even flying, there will be plenty of pirates, mermaids, fairies and of course, Peter Pan. Find out what happens on that fateful evening when the Darling family children receive a visit from [...]

Culver City Needs Your Opinions on Child Care

Culver City Needs Your Opinions on Child Care

Culver City needs your help! Parents are always in need in support - it does take the whole village - and letting the city and the Parks and Recreation folks know what you need, what you want, and why is vital to providing our children with quality care. Please complete our survey on before school, after school and vacation/summer camp programs. The PRCS Commission is interested in enhancing the [...]

Compound Salon to Host Muralist Rob Hill

Compound Salon to Host Muralist Rob Hill

Culver City continues to grow it's reputation as a mural mecca. This month, The Compound Salon has added some outdoor art by giving two walls to artist Rob Hill to create beauty with color. Artist Hill also has solo art works hung inside the salon, and The Compound will be thanking him by hosting an evening of appreciation. Saturday, Jan, 21 from 7 pm at 6136 Washington Blvd. Pieces will be [...]

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